Jon Batiste and Wynton Marsalis Prize John Lewis, and Each Other

The pianist and trumpeter talk about their work on the new album “The Music of John Lewis,” their New Orleans roots and their musical forefathers.

A Jazz Age Exhibition With a Syncopated Sweep

By incorporating music, immersive wallpapers and a Harlem walking tour, in addition to the decorative arts, the Cooper Hewitt hopes to transport visitors to another era.

Kamasi Washington Follows ‘The Epic’ With a New Work in Whitney Biennial

The saxophonist discusses “Harmony of Difference,” a piece accompanied by video from A.G. Rojas, in this preview of the show.

Los Angeles’s Thriving Jazz Scene Produces Four New Albums

Members of the West Coast Get Down collective are still mining the fruitful recording sessions that resulted in Kamasi Washington’s “The Epic.”

Dave Valentin, a Grammy Award-Winning Latin Jazz Flutist, Dies at 64

He won a Grammy for best Latin jazz album in 2003 for “The Gathering,” by the Caribbean Jazz Project.